Dalet has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Accelerate Program and completed the AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR) for the Dalet Flex cloud-native media logistics platform. These achievements extend Dalet’s global relationship with AWS, and accelerate servicing of customers choosing to run cloud-native media operations with higher performance and security standards.
To successfully complete the AWS FTR, AWS Partners must adopt specific best practices related to security, reliability and operational excellence as defined by the AWS Well-Architected Framework. This means that Dalet’s focus on security and ISO/IEC 27001 certification keeps customers' data secure and operations online when migrating to the cloud, supported by a global cloud operations team recognised for best practices.
The AWS ISV Accelerate Program is a co-sell program for AWS Partners that supplies software running on, or integrating with, AWS. As members of this program, Dalet meets AWS best practices and standards that are designed to improve customer outcomes.
“A cloud-native platform like Dalet Flex, running on AWS, is able to achieve scalability and elasticity. As your workload shifts and evolves, you can accurately allocate resources to your operations on the fly,” said Lincoln Spiteri, CTO, Dalet. “Our completion of the AWS Technical Review and participation in the ISV Accelerate Program reassure customers that Dalet adheres to the AWS Well-Architected Framework and can deliver a smooth customer cloud experience, at whatever cloud migration stage they have reached.”
Daler Flex Media Workflows
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Dalet Flex currently runs collaborative workflows for many different media-centric organisations including Fox Sports Australia, STARZ, Sony Pictures International and Peloton. As a SaaS, Dalet Flex makes a number of deployment types available including hybrid and fully cloud-hosted and operated options.
Dalet Flex features elasticity and scalability and covers essential workflows such as Archive Management and Monetization, migrating aging archives into a modern content library supporting collabration and multiple monetisation opportunities. Media Supply Chain and Distribution workflows can be used to orchestrate, automate, scale and analyse content packaging and global distribution. Other workflows help users integrate and orchestrate their production and media asset management to avoid production silos and processing issues that interfere with collaboration.
Dalet Flex’s cloud services and a globally distributed customer team are able to maintain a continuous, 24-hour support model in 12 languages. www.dalet.com